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Partnership creates new metallurgical and processing powerhouse

Mining consultancy VBKOM recently signed a triparty collaboration framework agreement with consulting and engineering firm Obsideo Consulting and minerals processing firm CoreMet Mineral Processing.

EPCM support for African Juniors and mining start-ups

SIS is the main process engineering “house“ for two main principal mining projects in South Africa: Vanchem-Vanadium and Springlake.

WorleyParsons advisory business Advisian delivers rail infrastructure in Africa

WorleyParsons's advisory business, Advisian is rapidly becoming a prominent provider of rail advisory and engineering services in Africa, offering independent management and strategic advisory services for the railway sector. Advisian’s rail practice deals primarily in...

SMEC: African mining industry has strong potential for long-term growth

While the continent’s abundance of commodities is already helping meet global demand, Africa is set to see a growth in secondary industries related to mining. This is likely to result in exponential growth in the...

Tenova to sell Bateman Projects business to SGS

Global engineering firm Tenova has entered into final negotiations with testing, verification and certification specialist SGS to sell its EPCM business operations based in South Africa, known as Bateman Projects. Tenova will remain active in...

SMEC appoints Gerrit Lok as new African general manager

SMEC, the global engineering consultancy firm has appointed Gerrit Lok as new general manager for Africa, who is responsible for all mining, oil and gas projects across the continent. Lok officially assumed his new role,...

Informed project management decisions vital in current mining climate

With on-going pressure in the current mining climate on commodity prices and the subsequent trend of downsizing project pipelines, resource operations and consulting engineers are faced with increasingly-complex challenges. According to Gerrit Lok, general manager...

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